It’s our forth year coming to Indian Creek Campground, awesome place to get away. The owners are super people and take pride in making sure your stay is comfortable, clean bath house and showers as well. If you buy firewood when checking in, don’t be surprised if it’s at the campsite before you, won’t always happen, but they don’t mess around. The store has most everything you might forget and then some, including fishing gear. Since the campground is on reservation land the creek that runs behind most of the primitive sites and the 30 amp sites is stocked weekly with trout, so if you like fishing, then you need to try this one out. We have a vacation home about 45 minutes away in Franklin NC, and the land here at the campground looks similar to our property, both have a creek running through them and are semi secluded away from traffic, infact, my wife says we need to camp there instead of coming to Cherokee, but we look forward to seeing John and the gang every year, and getting a chance to talk to everyone here just makes it that much more fun. This is a quiet, fun camp ground that can accommodate about anything, but foolishness and not following rules is not tolerated, and everyone that comes here knows it which makes it a nice environment for family. There is a play ground for the kids and if you don’t have a camper, no biggie, they have cabins too! Gatlinburg Tenn. is about an hour and a half ride through the Park and there are many things to do along the way, the Old gris mill, Clingmans Dome, and an early settlers display just outside of Cherokee on the way to Gatlinburg which you may see some Elk there, go the other way and depending on which way you turn, there is Bryson City or Nantahala River Rafting, Or Maggie Valley. I am currently sitting on our camp site about five feet from the creek with the fire going while writing this log, so if you are out this way, don’t pass up the chance to stay here. Yes, there is a KOA and a Yogi down the road a ways, but they don’t come close to comparison for the peace and quiet, did I mention this is at the end of the paved road? Tell them Steve sent ya, you won’t regret this choice but make reservations since they fill up fast.